No Obligation Means No Obligation

by | February 1st, 2016

You hear the words “no obligation” a lot in advertising. From products that cook bacon in seconds to devices that give you six-pack abs in just 2 minutes a day, “no obligation” has become the go-to verbiage to get people to purchase something under the assumption that they can return it if they don’t like it. Often times, the process for returning said products is confusing, requiring filling out forms, making phone calls, and jumping through other hoops.

At Lowell Stanley Injury Lawyers, when we say we offer free consultations with no obligation, we actually mean no obligation. We receive hundreds of calls every year from accident victims who just need a few questions answered. We’re happy to answer them, because we know how hard it can be to get good advice following an accident. If they want to learn more about what our firm can potentially do for their case, we’re happy to offer a free consultation. If we feel they need representation, we extend that offer. If we feel they don’t need representation, we gladly give them advice on what steps they should take on their own.

And “no obligation” doesn’t only apply to our free consultation. In addition, we offer every client a contingency fee arrangement, which means you won’t owe us anything unless we get money for you. In other words, if we don’t win your case, you walk away without owing us any attorney fees. Why do we do this? Because we believe in eliminating any obstacle that could potentially keep an accident victim from getting the legal help he or she needs. If you’ve been injured, give our Norfolk car accident attorneys a call today for a free consultation with no obligation.